Webinars with the Energy Experts at Compliance Quarter

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In addition to our regular news updates and analysis, the regulatory energy experts at Compliance Quarter have been busy helping to educate our clients with free webinars. Over the last 8 months, we’ve engaged with over 500 people on our webinar series, allowing us to get free education, advice and news out to more people than we thought possible.

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Below is a summary of the webinars we’ve produced so far, along with links to our upcoming episodes:


Compliance Quarter “Energy Experts” Webinar Series

energy expertsUpdate on Embedded Networks

16 August 2017 – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2FYmOtB




energy expertsEnergy Retail Update

24 August 2017 – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2sjpdwD




energy expertsAEMC taking the axe to Embedded Network Exemptions

18 January – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2BKscSU
Access Password: Energy001



energy expertsPower Purchase Agreements: Key legal concerns

31 January – 11am AEDT – http://bit.ly/2EN3CiS




energy expertsNavigating GDPR with Compliance Quarter

(not energy sector specific but does apply to companies capturing and using customer data)
29 November 2017 – 11am AEDT – https://compliancequarter.com.au/understanding-gdpr-opportunities-risks/





Compliance Quarter “Energy Experts” Upcoming Webinars


energy experts Explicit Informed Consent – What is it and why it’s important

14 February – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2BKGQcG



Energy expertsRegulatory Reporting – What is it, when is it due, and how is it done?

21 February – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2Ecuxnf



energy expertsCustomer Hardship Refresher – A look at this important area

6 March – 11am AEDT –

Sign up here: http://bit.ly/2E8Yk4b




Should you wish to arrange a discussion that is more specific to your business, please feel free to email us here. Our energy experts have worked on a range of engagements, including but not limited to:

  • Energy Retail Licences
  • Readiness Reviews for Energy Retail Licences
  • Power Purchase Agreements (PPA’s)
  • Embedded Network Manager Accreditation
  • Advice on Exemptions and Embedded Networks
  • Metering Provider Accreditation
  • Water Licences
  • Gas Licences
  • Joint Venture Agreements and Key Industry Introductions


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A Guide to the Role of the Metering Coordinator

In the complex landscape of the electricity market, the role of the Metering Coordinator (MC) is crucial for ensuring the accurate measurement and efficient coordination of metering services. With the National Electricity Rules (NER) as the guiding framework, AEMO has published a guide to the role of a metering coordinator and this article serves as a summary of that role drawing on the guide. Understanding the Purpose and Scope: The Guide to the Role of the Metering Coordinator is specifically

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Roles and Functions in Electricity Metering: A Short Guide

Electricity metering is a complex process that requires the collaboration of various entities to ensure accurate measurement and efficient energy management. Understanding the roles and responsibilities of these entities is crucial for maintaining compliance and facilitating the smooth functioning of the electricity market. In this article, we will explore in detail the key roles in electricity metering, including Financially Responsible Market Participants (FRMPs), Metering Coordinators (MCs), Metering Providers (MPs), and Metering Data Providers (MDPs), as outlined in Chapter 7 of

Preparing to Apply for a Retailer Authorisation: A Comprehensive Guide

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) oversees the authorisation process for energy retailers in Australia. If you’re considering joining this market, it’s crucial to understand the AER’s guidelines and requirements. This article will outline the preparatory steps your business needs to take before applying for a retailer authorisation.

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